Rebel Wilson Shares ‘Senior Year’ Blooper Reel ‘For A Good Laugh’

Actress rebel wilson He didn’t get great reviews for his new Netflix comedy movie “Senior Year.”

The synopsis reads: “A high school cheerleader falls into a coma before her prom; Twenty years later, she wakes up and wants to go back to high school to regain her status and become prom queen.”

The film was directed by Alex Hardcastle and starred Alicia Silverstone, Joshua Colley and Angourie Rice. Though the movie didn’t garner positive reviews from critics or audiences, it looks like it’s trying to win over its Instagram followers with a blooper roll.

WATCH Rebel Wilson in ‘Senior Year’ Blooper Reel

On Sunday, the “Pitch Perfect” actress uploaded a two-minute long blooper for her Instagram followers.

“What are you going to do today?” Wilson asked in the caption. “Watch or rewatch SENIOR YEAR on Netflix for a laugh! Here are some bloopers – we had so much fun filming this! 💚💛🤍💚💛🤍”

Although critics didn’t seem to appreciate the movie, her Instagram fans seemed to be crazy about it. “I’ve seen it 3 or 4 times already,” one fan commented.

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“This movie was hilarious,” wrote another.

“This movie reminded me of my high school in 2000,” wrote another. “I love all the references and how things have changed so much since then. This was a cute movie!”

“I really liked that movie!” another said. “Gave me so many laughs!”

Although her Instagram followers seemed to love the film, most critics and audiences alike did not. According to Rotten Tomatoes, the nearly two-hour comedy has a 27% critic rating and a 52% audience score a week after its release.

Critics say ‘senior year’ fails to graduate

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Davis Nusair of Reel Film Reviews says that the film has a “seemingly foolproof setup that pretty much goes to waste from the start.” Nursair gave the film a 1 out of 4.

Mae Abdulbaki of Screen Rant wrote, “The main character, relationship dynamics, and premise are shallow, and despite some funny moments, the senior year never lives up to its potential.” She gave the film a 1.5 out of 5.

Kate Erbland of indieWire wrote: “The film moves through its predictable paces with good humor, but there isn’t much else to recommend it. Wilson is a fun hero worth rooting for, raunchy and down for whatever it is, but the movie isn’t about to let those tendencies run wild.” She gave the film a C rating.

Rebel Wilson leaves Craigs Arm in Arm with a mystery guy
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Matt Pais wrote on his website that the film “seems to think TBT stands for totally bafflingly terrible.” Pais also gave the film a D rating.

Jennifer Green of Common Sense Media wrote: “This is an example of a movie with a great premise and a hilarious lead actress that just doesn’t take off. That’s not to say that Senior Year doesn’t have some very funny moments and lines, it does, but the package as a whole feels flimsy.” Green gave the film a 3 out of 5.

Lynn Venhaus of the Webster-Kirkwood Times wrote, “The script ties itself together through gimmicks and a cascade of clichés, but ends with a plethora of advice from teen magazines… Maybe they should have focused on making it funny instead of making it funny?” practice dance routines? She gave the film a D score.

Rebel Wilson at the LA Rams game
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Allen Adams of The Main Edge wrote: “With a few tweaks, ‘Senior Year’ could have graduated with honors. Instead, it’s directly in the middle of the class.” Adams gave the film a 2.5 out of 5.

Unfortunately, it seems the film couldn’t hold up to critical scrutiny, but fans of Rebel Wilson might appreciate his particular brand of comedy.

“Senior Year” is currently available to stream on Netflix.

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